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Emilano Godoy // Drip Table

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image1099365819.jpgWhen I have to furnish my home, I want cool furniture like this! It’s the little details that make things unique…so at first glance, nothing special, but when you look closer & understand how it’s made, it’s alot cooler!
Or it’s a bunch of arty-mumbo-jumbo

“‘when a teak plantation is started from scratch you need to plant trees very close to each other, to create the right conditions for the forest to grow in terms of humidity, soil retention, shadow, etc. however, once the trees start to grow you have to cut some of them down to make space available for the rest. this process is called thinning, and it has to be performed every few years in the process of creating a mature and productive forest, and once it reaches a certain point, you only cut mature trees while you wait for the new ones to grow.”

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Written by The Bakery

September 8, 2009 at 12:36 am

Posted in design, luxury

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